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Fermented Kombucha Bliss Balls Recipe

Fermented Kombucha Bliss Balls Recipe

(Makes 18 approx)

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Were waking up to the importance of the trillions of tiny microflora living in our bodies.  These good bacteria, particularly those in our gut, play a vital role in maintaining our health, aiding digestion, supporting our immune system responses and may even help to control our weight.

Chia seeds soaked in kombucha tea

Chia seeds soaked in kombucha tea

The most effective way to encourage their growth is by eating natural fermented foods that are populated with diverse beneficial bacteria for a healthy dose of daily probiotics.  These delicious happy tummy Fermented Kombucha Bliss Balls contain fermented kombucha tea and are raw to maximise the probiotic benefits.

They are also packed full with other super healthy ingredients, including chia seeds, macadamia nuts, sunflower seeds, cacao powder, coconut oil, so make for a fantastic healthy happy treat for your family.

 

 

 

Ingredients:

Fermented Kombucha Bliss Ball Recipe

Fermented Kombucha Bliss Ball Recipe

4 tablespoons chia seeds
2/3 cup fermented Japanese kombucha tea (any flavour)
½ ground macadamia nuts
½ cup ground pumpkin seed
½ cup ground sunflower seeds
¼ milled walnuts
2 tbs cacao chocolate powder
2 tbs honey (add more for sweeter taste and less if ketogenic!)
2 tbs coconut oil (8 tbs coconut oil if ketogenic)

Coating:
½ cup of unsweetened coconut flakes ground

Fermented Kombucha Bliss Balls Recipe

  • Soak chia seeds in fermented kombucha tea until liquid is fully absorbed and chia seeds expand and appear gel like, minimum of 30 minutes
  • Mix all of the ground seeds and nuts together with cacao powder
  • Melt coconut oil over a pan of warm / hot water
  • Add half of the nut / seed mix into chia seed gel and mix in the melted coconut oil
  • Add the remaining nut / seed mix a tablespoon at a time until a dough consistency achieved so that balls can be formed.  If too wet add more nut / seed mix if to dry add more coconut oil.
  • Roll balls from the mix, using a tablespoon to achieve consistent portions.
  • Roll in the ground coconut flake.
  • Eat them! (Store in fridge or freeze)FullSizeRender(6)
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